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Re: The Universe Is Not Orderly

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Posted by Joe Postma/">Joe Postma on March 22, 1999 20:27:16 UTC

: "The Universe is ruled by chaos not by order."

Yes, some things are highly unpredictable (chaotic) over long periods of time, but the point is: We can understand how that is so. It makes sense that there would be chaotic behaviour over extreme physical situations. I don't know how it is that technology is showing us a more and more disordered universe. Whatever your definition of disorder is, all that we do see in the universe can be or will be explained through science. That is the order to which I am referring.

: "God can be seen as science but i believe that science is the study of gods work and not of god."

A little ambiguous. I said God can not be seen as science, but science could be seen as the study of God (or His work, a minor distinction.)

: "I believe that god created the Universe and is not the Universe but a seperate entitycontained within the universe not as a physical presence but as a spiritual one."

But of course, any of us can beleive WHATEVER we want about God, since none of us will ever be able to prove it!

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